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December 7, 2010
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Between the years of 1991 and 1998 the genre of aviation art had several active periodicals showcasing artists, artwork and galleries. Not including the ASAA’s Aero Brush and the GAvA’s Quarterly News, which are only available to members, there are no current periodicals dedicated solely to aviation art. For those interested, I have decided to chronical the 25 aviation art-themed magazines that were published during that era with images of their covers and a listing of their contents. I hope this will aid those who may wish to complete their collection of periodicals or to look for an issue with a particular article of interest.

December 7, 2010
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Aviation Art, Volume 1, 1991 Cover

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Aviation Art, Volume 1, 1991 Contents

NOSE ART
Terry Callahan has created a new form of art from the classic nose art of World War Two

WHERE EAGLES NEST
Federal Galleries is a full-service aviation art gallery

MILITARY AIRCRAFT PRINTS
Capturing the spirit of the American fighting man
by Gene Dupuis

TAMSEN MUNGER GALLERY
This California gallery has a heavy emphasis on aviation art

STAMP ART HONORS FLYING TIGERS
After years of battling with postal officials, an attractive piece of art has been created for a stamp honoring Claire Chennault – leader of the Flying Tigers
by Wayne Johnson

ARTISTS ALOFT
Aviation art from The Greenwich Workshop

STAN STOKES & NEW MASTERS
With paintings in many major aviation museums, Stan Stokes is one of the premier artists of New Masters Gallery

“COMING HOME, ENGLAND 1943″
Aeroprint’s latest limited edition has proven to be a best seller

ON WINGS OF GOLD
The Naval Institute’s Naval Historical Art Print Collection

GATHERING OF GRAY EAGLES
The opening of Virginia Bader’s new aviation gallery brought together fantastic aviation art and heroic aviators
by James Nelson Bardin

WINGS FINE ART
This company specializes exclusively in the works of Robert Taylor

SAM LYONS
Aviation artist employs a super-realistic style for his artwork

CAPTURING AVIATION IN BRONZE
Joe Adams’ sculptures capture the spirit of flight

CACTUS AIR FORCE ART PROJECT
Jack Fellows has an ambitious project – to capture exact moments in combat aviation history through a series of detailed paintings

ART OF THE SKY
Previewing the Second Annual Champlin Fighter Museum Aviation Art Show and Sale
by Judy Crandall

AN INTERVIEW WITH DRU BLAIR
This young artist is responsible for some of the most dramatic paintings of modern combat aircraft in action

ARTIST CREATES SOMETHING FIT FOR A TIGER!
These shirts were created to honor the men of the AVG

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY EDITION
These creative works of art celebrate great moments in WWII aviation

THE EAGLE AND THE ARTIST
How a famous ace and a skilled artist worked together to create a work of art
by Henry Sakaida

HISTORIC AVIATION
This company offers a full range of aviation prints and books for the discriminating collector

JODY AND METAMORPHOSIS
Jody Fulks Sjogren combines living creatures with aircraft to create spectacular art

THE ART OF RECREATING FAMOUS BATTLES
The phenomenal success of the aviation Paintings of Robert Taylor
by Robert A. Weston

THE AVIATION ART OF CLIFF KEARNS
These beautiful images capture the spirit of modern flight

MARK McCANDLISH
Successful illustrator has now branched out into limited edition aviation prints

AVIATION ART & THE LEARNING CURVE
An artist recalls how he became interested in aviation
by Raymond Moats

HERITAGE AVIATION ART
Located at historic Boeing Field, this rapidly expanding gallery features aviation art exclusively

AERODROME PRESS
We visit with an ambitious aviation art publishing company and learn about some of their artists

IN SEARCH OF ACCURACY
Concorde Productions utilizes the skills of two very distinctive artists in creating their range of limited edition prints

“SKUNK WORKS” ART
Steven M. Moore has created paintings and limited editions of two of Lockheed’s most famous products

BLEDSOE’S AVIATION ART
This business is run out of an airport hangar and supplies a wide range of limited edition aviation art prints

L&R PUBLISHING COMPANY
Company specializes in the action WWII aviation paintings of A. Ric Druet

December 7, 2010
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Great idea Blacksheep. I’ve probably got each and every one of the magazines that you’re going to post still sitting on my bookshelf. They were valuable inspirations to me early on.

December 7, 2010
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Holy carp!

I’m in a few of these as I was just starting out in the field and advertising new work back then….

I have a few of these periodicals myself. Great stuff.

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December 7, 2010
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Aviation Art, Volume 2, 1992 Cover

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Aviation Art, Volume 2, 1992 Contents

AERODROME PRESS
This dynamic young company is the only American publisher involved exclusively in aviation art

BLACK & WHITE
When it comes to black and white lithographs and detail, few artists are better than Joe Plummer and Dewey Davidson

HERITAGE AVIATION ART
In a new and larger gallery, Heritage Aviation Art is increasing the number of aviation art collectors

MARK McCANDLISH
Research and hands-on experience help this artist create his super-realistic paintings of aircraft

JACKET ART
Creating custom paintings on classic aviation jackets is this artist’s specialty
by J. Wayman

BLEDSOE’S AVIATION ART
Offering worldwide mail-order sales, this company has a gallery right on the flight line at Cable Airport in Southern California

INSIDE THE MIND OF METAMORPHOSIS
The art of Jody Fulks Sjogren is a unique blending of nature and machinery

GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY EDITIONS
An interview with Kenneth W. Kotik

WIND IN THE WIRES
1991 saw a number of new releases and exciting projects for Art Sidoria

BUILDING ON HER OWN TRADITION
Virginia Bader now has galleries on both coasts
by Brooke C. Stoddard

THE KING’S CROWN GALLERY
Offering a wide selection of art and aviation collectibles, this gallery has become a gathering place for famous pilots

ROY GRINNELL AND THE AMERICAN FIGHTER ACES
A dramatic series of signed limited edition prints is being created with the full cooperation of the pilots depicted

HISTORIC AVIATION
The company offers a full range of aviation prints and books for the discriminating collector

ART TAKES FLIGHT
The American Society of Aviation Artists
by Gerald Asher

WHERE EAGLES NEST
Federal Galleries is a full-service aviation art gallery

CACTUS AIR FORCE
This series of paintings honors American pilots fighting in the Pacific during WWII

ARTISTRY IN BRONZE
Joe Adams utilizes the lost wax process to create his aviation works in bronze

EAGLE EDITIONS LTD.
This company offers historical editions to the discerning collector

THE AVIATION ART OF SAM LYONS, JR.
Lyons brings a three-dimensional aspect to his paintings

DILLMAN’S HISTORICAL ART
Specializing in mail order, this company helps the collector find the prints he wants

TAMSEN MUNGER
This gallery is a focal point for Central California collectors

AN INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT TAYLOR
A top-ranking artist speaks out about his profession

WINGED SPIRITS
Industrial designer Andy Andres comes back to the future for aviation art
by Theresa Robbins

GILBERT’S CUSTOM FRAMING
Utilizing the latest conservation methods highlights this shop’s custom framing business

B. MICHAEL HECHT
Dynamic realism and excitement describe this artist’s work
by Deborah Duke

WINGS FINE ARTS
A success story based on a love of aviation

RICK HERTER
Creating realistic aviation paintings, with a favorite period being between 1938 and 1950
by Dean Evoy

FLORIDA AVIATION ART
A new gallery in the aviation-intense climate of Florida

“BEAUTY IS IN THE EYE …”
John Young reflects on his good fortune to have been in the right place at the right time
by John Young

NOSE ART UNLIMITED
An interview with Charles DiSipio

NEW TALENT ON THE HORIZON
A look at the emerging talent of artist Nicolas Trudgian
by Charles Walker

CLIFF KEARNS
Artwork ranging from fabulous airshow posters to detailed paintings of historic aviation events
by J. P. Micola

L&R PUBLISHING
An artist explains how and why he became immersed in the aerial battles of WWII
by A. Ric Druet

AN INTERVIEW WITH DRU BLAIR
We continue our interview started in the first issue of this magazine

IMAGES OF WAR
An inside look at “Lightning at 0300″
by Debra M. Cassis

December 8, 2010
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Aviation Art, Volume 1, 1993 (Issue 3) Cover

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Aviation Art, Volume 1, 1993 (Issue 3) Contents

NEW STAR RISING
Examining the emerging talent of artist Nicolas Trudgian

GREAT YEAR AT TAMSEN MUNGER
Growing gallery has had an encouraging year with new displays

ARTISTIC NETWORKING
In-depth look at the sixth annual forum of the American Society of Aviation Artists
by Gerald Asher

LIFETIME OF MARKETING AVIATION ART
Jim Horne has spent years successfully promoting the rapidly expanding field of Aviation Art

FOCKE-WULF AFFAIR
Jerry Crandall’s love affair with an airplane
by Ned Steele

GILBERT’S CUSTOM FRAMING
Archival framing and how it should be done

NEW FROM KODERA
Some of the latest from Craig’s studio

RICK HERTER
Developing a strong following
by Dean Evoy

ROY GRINNELL
We examine the technique of the official artist of the American Fighter Aces Association
by Rita Rome

SPREADING WINGS
Wings Fine Arts has enjoyed rapid growth over the past few years

BADER GALLERY HOSTS FAMOUS FLYERS
At Virginia Bader’s gallery, one never knows what famous flyer will turn up!
by James Nelson Bardin

ROBERT TAYLOR: MODERN MASTER
He just keeps getting better!
by Julian Eastwood

MARILYN & THE THUNDERJET
How a collectible poster came into being

BUSH PILOT ARTIST
Capturing the spirit of the north country
by Robert S. Grant

NEW MASTERS PRESENTS STAN STOKES
Well-known artist will be having a one-man show in July

MAKING OF MAJESTIC WING
The artist speaks candidly about his painting – from conception to completion

A TEST OF COURAGE
We get the inside details behind Keith Ferris’ latest work of art and examine the famous artist’s career

IN SEARCH OF FLIGHT
How the artist uses actual flights to create his art work

BANIGAN PRODUCTIONS
An ex-RCAF pilot uses his experience to create a wide variety of historic prints

LANDMARKS GALLERY
This gallery is featuring four new prints by famous aviation artists

WINNING TEAM
Making German Aviation Art available to the American market

ANDY ANDRES
The artist visually transfixed
by Tim Williams

REN WICKS
How the artist has chronicled aviation history through a variety of mediums

CAPTURING THE SPIRIT
How Nixon Galloway has been inspired by aviation

“GENTLEMEN, YOU HAVE A RACE!”
The story behind an air racing painting
by Ross Buckland

ROBERT WATTS
Twenty-five years of Aviation Art

POWER OF THE APACHE
Dru Blair changes pace

NEW IN BRONZE
Magnificent new Hercules from Joe Adams

GALLERY OF WAR HORSES
Many artists depict the P-51 Mustang in a variety of mediums

CHUCK LONG
A lifelong interest in WWII aviation has led to a series of successful limited edition prints

PROTECTING YOUR AVIATION ART INVESTMENT
Important techniques to ensure that your aviation art investment will increase in value
by Larry W. Bledsoe, CPF

STUCK TOGETHER WITH SPIT AND GLUE
Why I paint World War One Aviation Art
by James Dietz

HEINZ KREBS
Germany’s leading Aviation Artist

AIRLINERS: THE UNSUNG HEROES
Capturing some classics of transport flight
by Mike Machat

ANGELS OVER ANNAPOLIS
Putting the Blue Angels on canvas

THIERRY THOMPSON
Searching for the soul of an aircraft
by Beverly Jarvis

B. MICHAEL HECHT
Rapidly gaining recognition

December 8, 2010
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Aviation Art, Volume 1, 1994 (Issue 4) Cover

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Aviation Art, Volume 1, 1994 (Issue 4) Contents

INSIDE THE ARTIST
A conversation with B. Michael Hecht
by D. J. Rinehart

ART-HAUS GOES FULL THROTTLE
The newest from German Aviation Artist Heinz Krebs

CAPTURING HISTORY
Roy Grinnell’s association with some of aviation’s most famous pilots has given his work a unique perspective
by Rita Rome

PROTECTING YOUR AVIATION ART INVESTMENT
Further tips on how to keep your Aviation Art at its best
by Larry W. Bledsoe, CPF

ROBERT WATTS
Newest work from this well-known artist
by David Miller

TURBULENCE IN THE STUDIO
Chuck Bame explains his fascination with Aviation Art
by Chuck Bame

ONE ARTIST’S VIEW
An Aviation Artist offers some controversial views on his profession
by Cliff Kearns

LOCKHEED LEGENDS
Mike Machat’s new work honors the great men and aircraft of the world-famous Skunk Works

FLYING OFF THE CANVAS
An Aviation Art collector’s perspective on Thierry Thompson’s artwork by Thomas D. Gibson

AN INTERVIEW WITH KENNETH W. KOTIK
How an individual became an Aviation Artist

CLOSE TO HOME
Rick Ruhman discusses his involvement with two personally significant painting projects
by Rick Ruhman

TAMSEN MUNGER SURVEY
Checking out what the Aviation Art market wants to collect
by Tamsen Munger

NEW KID ON THE BLOCK
The Military Art Gallery is targeting the Midwest Aviation Art Market

NICOLAS TRUDGIAN AND HIS AVIATION LANDSCAPES
A look at the extraordinary talent of one of the world’s best-selling Aviation Artists
by Richie Richardson

A GREAT YEAR!
Life and times during 1993 at the Virginia Bader Fine Arts Galleries
by Jill Amadio

PERSONAL REFLECTIONS
How Gil Cohen created his newest painting
by Gil Cohen, ASAA

AIRLINE MEETS ART
An exciting venue is planned for the ASAA’s 1994 juried exhibition
by Gerald Asher

ROBERT TAYLOR REVIEWS HIS YEAR’S WORK
Aviation’s preeminent artist reviews his major paintings completed during the past twelve months
by Robert Taylor

FIGHTER PILOT ARTIST
Alex Durr combines his love of Aviation Art with his other passion – flying Marine Corps fighter aircraft

CREATION OF WATER WINGS
How Jody Fulks Sjogren created her latest work

FLIGHTS OF FANCY
Inside story of the V-3 super bomber
by Harry D. Michael

ANOTHER TIME, ANOTHER PLACE
Challenging the Aviation Art marketplace
by Jim Deitz

CREATING “WOLFPACK LEADER DOWNS FIVE”
The newest Crandall collector print – a behind-the-scenes look at the research and creative process
by Ned Steele

TAR HEEL
This painting captures the excitement of a Mustang mission over Europe
by Charles Wissig

WINGS FINE ART
A specialist art business, run by Aviation Art enthusiasts
by Dick Rogers

GALLERY OF WAR HORSES
Part Two of our gallery featuring the P-51 Mustang

December 8, 2010
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“BlackSheep”,
I remember that first volume of Aviation Art.

Re composing the article, “Aviation Art and The Learning Curve”.
Will post it on my studio wall so not to forget the hard earned lessons.

Cheers
Raymond

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Awesome idea, Roger! Thank you for posting these. It will be a valuable resource and reference for collectors. I have most, if not all, of these issues.

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Aviation Art, Volume 2, 1994 (Issue 5) Cover

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Aviation Art, Volume 2, 1994 (Issue 5) Contents

GATHERING OF THE CLAN
Aviation Artists meet in Dallas-Fort Worth for ASAA Forum VIII
by Gerald Asher

THE AVIATION ART OF ROBERT WATTS
Robert Watts is one of a very small group of painters with the complete range of skills required to reach the top echelons of the profession
by John Edmonds

THE MILITARY ART GALLERY UPDATE
Latest news from a rapidly expanding Aviation Art gallery

DARBY PERRIN
This Aviation Artist combines combat, combat support, and a new era of combat aviation

FAREWELL TO FRIENDS
Virginia Bader reflects on her association with some of the world’s most famour pilots, including four who recently passed away
by Virginia Bader

PHILIP WEST
A talented new Aviation Artist from Britain has been introduced to the American market

POSITIVE CLIMB
Art-Haus prints become ever more popular with North American Collectors

MOVING FORWARD
With new Aviation Art and new headquarters, The Greenwich Workshop has big plans for 1995
by Jane Kuby

ROBERT BAILEY
Introducing a new Aviation Artist
by Lorelei Kozsan

PICTURE THIS!
A gallery where you’re always welcome

REAL TROUBLE
Keith Ferris explains what went into his latest painting while offering a view of the immense losses suffered by American bombers battling their way toward enemy targets
by Keith Ferris

FROM AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
The historical Aviation Art of Jerry Crandall

KEEPING ‘EM FLYING AT AERODROME PRESS
This publisher is unique in that they deal exclusively with Aviation Art

ON A DIFFERENT APPROACH
John Stahr began his Aviation Art career on a massive scale

LONNIE ORTEGA
Capturing the heroes of World War Two in art

NICHOLAS TRUDGIAN: AN ARTIST IN DEMAND
During the past twelve months, all six editions by Trudgian’s publishers have completely sold out
by John Edmonds

EAGLE EDITIONS LTD.
Offering historical editions to the discerning, knowledgeable collector

THE GENIUS OF ROBERT TAYLOR
A look at the techniques that make Robert Taylor the world’s most collected Aviation Artist
by Charles Walker

REMEMBERING CANADIAN WAR HEROES
Aviation Artist Christopher Knight records the exploits of Canada’s air heroes
by Mark Vanderkam

LOOKING TO THE SKY
Examining the Aviation Art of Roy Grinnell
by Evelyn Delmonte

IN PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE
Stan Stokes’ love for flying has led to a globe-spanning career in Aviation Art

THE FIRST LABOR OF HERCULES
Capturing the mighty Hercules in a work of art
by Jody Fulkes Sjogren

NIXON GALLOWAY
Some adventures and opinions of an Aviation Artist
by Nixon Galloway

THE BIG ONE
As we approach the last 50th anniversary year of World War Two, I have been very busy producing images which will properly tell the story of this country’s exploits during 1945. I have also had the chance to paint some non-war art
by Craig Kodera

EXPANDING THE FIELD
Sam Lyons is making his Aviation Art “grow” in numerous directions
by Robert Rawls

A NEW DIRECTION
The Aviation Art of Paul Rendel
by Palmer Bannerot

BEHIND THE SCENES
James Dietz gives us a look at what goes into creating a piece of Aviation Fine Art
by James Dietz

AT A GLANCE
This painting celebrates the 50th anniversary of the USAF Test Pilot School
by Mike Machat

FIFTY YEARS AGO
B. Michael Hecht captures a thrilling mission over the D-Day beaches
by D. J. Rinehart

PUTTING IT TOGETHER
Giving birth to an historical aviation painting
by Gil Cohen

IN DEFENSE OF THE AIR BRUSH
Dru Blair defends his Aviation Art tool of choice
by Dru Blair

THE ROOKIE AND THE ACE
A unique friendship with World War Two ace pilot Clyde East offers support and inspiration for new Aviation Artist David Otts
by Timothy R. Frantz

WINGS FINE ARTS
The success story of two people who actually love to go to work each day!

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Aviation Art, Volume 3, Number 1 Summer 1995 Cover

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Aviation Art, Volume 3, Number 1 Summer 1995 Contents

WHAT A DIFFERENCE A DECADE MAKES
Opening remarks
by Mike Machat

GALLERY HAPPENINGS
Aviation art gallery news, updates, events and shows

ENOLA GAY AND BOCK’S CAR
Aviation history commemorated by two noted artists
by Jane Kuby

SCHWEINFURT AGAIN
303rd Bomb Group bomber Thunder Bird portrayed on her 80th of 116 missions
by Keith Ferris

RECREATING THE INTANGIBLE
Two new limited edition prints commemorate victory in Europe
by Robert Taylor

PACIFIC DOLLS
B-29 Texas Doll of the 497th Bomb Group joins the Stokes collection
by Stan Stokes

FROM COMMISSIONS TO LIMITED EDITION PRINTS
The origins of two new pieces by artist Sam Lyons
by Vicki Lyons

GUNFIGHTERS OF THE NEW WEST
Heinz krebs depicts F-104s over the Arizona desert
by Dieter Stricker

ARTISTS MAKE MISTAKES TOO
by Nixon Galloway

AVIATION ART INVESTMENTS
What to look for as you build your collection
by Larry W. Bledsoe

HARLEY COPIC: MUSTANG ARTIST
This aviation artist has been painting Mustangs and other aircraft for over 20 years
by Stewart Bailey

AVIATION ART FROM THE STUDIOS OF JIM LAURIER
by Fred Blechman

DESERT CONQUEST
A dream project continues …
by Rick Ruhman

THE SUM OF ITS PARTS
Researching an aviation art painting
by Jim Dietz

THE FLIGHT STUFF
Steve Tack’s view of aviation art
by Fred Blechman

WRECKING CREW
A true story of the crash, recovery and display of a P-38 Lightning
by Stan Jones

FROM CONCEPT TO SHOW
Three new P-38 paintings compose this suite
by Craig Kodera

GALLERY SHOWCASE
The Fresno Connection to the P-61 Black Widow nightfighter
by Tamsen Munger

INTERNATIONAL SCENE
A newcomer from Spain
by Fernando De La Cueva

WHEN PLASTIC RULED THE SKIES
How the model kit art of yesteryear influenced today’s aviation artists
by Rick Ruhman

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who painted the “cripes a mighty” image on the magazine cover? was it ever a litho?
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who painted the “cripes a mighty” image on the magazine cover? was it ever a litho?
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Gary,

That is a cropped image of Harley Copic’s painting titled “Cripes A’Mighty 3rd”. An image of the entire painting is included in the magazine. I do not think that it was released as a print. However, he did another depiction of Cripes A’Mighty 3rd that was a part of his 4 print “Mustang Aces” series.

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Thanks for the info, I should have guessed it to be a Copic……
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